Archive For The “bike lane removal” Category

Councillor Ana Bailão Proposes Reversible Centre Lane on Dupont

By | July 22, 2011

Here’s a letter I received from Cllr. Bailão in response a plea I sent for councillors to not accept PWIC’s motions to remove the Jarvis bike lane and to not begin removing the Dupont bike lane: Thank you for taking the time to email me with regards to Toronto’s bikelanes and for your patience in [...]

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What Happened to the “Bike Lane” on Spadina?

By | October 25, 2010

What exactly is going on with the blacked out “bike lane” on Spadina Avenue? Well, what may or may not actually have been intended to be a bike lane is now gone, sanded away leaving a thick black stripe in its place. According to the Toronto Cyclists Union the stripe is to soon be replaced [...]

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